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Student references on cheating and plagiarism at IU.
IU Southeast Turnitin Syllabus Statement (Faculty using Turnitin.com in their classes must add the following statement to the syllabus for each course)
Indiana University subscribes to Turnitin.com, a tool that confirms that you have used and cited sources accurately in your paper. By taking this course, you agree that all written assignments may be submitted to Turnitin.com for an “originality report” and that, upon request from your instructor, you must provide an electronic version of your paper.
Instances of plagiarism, or failure to supply your instructor with an electronic version of your paper, will be handled according to the Student Disciplinary Procedures that accompany the IU Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Conduct and may result in an academic sanction, up to and including failure of the course. Even when not required, students are encouraged to use Turnitin.com as a personal resource to help ensure outside works are cited appropriately.
All papers submitted to Turnitin.com will remain in the private Indiana University database.
Peer review is a process, not just an event. The Peer Review Manual to reflects information for reviewing online classes, conducting a student focus group, how to write your report, and much more. View the current peer review manual. We strongly recommend junior faculty review our suggested peer review timeline.
Faculty Requesting Peer Review:
Current Peer Review Faculty